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FRIDAY, MAY 7, lfitfli.
Slinr V O Hull from Windward Torts
.Srlir Kc An Iloit from llnwutl
Sclir ltol Hoy from Wulanao
Hchr Wallele for I'ala
.Sclir KIiuUii! for Walalua
S S Zealaudla for Kit 1 1 Francisco
IJUtiie Uncle .Jnliu for San Francisco
VESSELS lEAVIHO TO-MORROW.
Sclir Hob Roy for Koolati
Kor San KrnueWco. per SS Zealandla.
May 7. Caiiin Mrs I) M 1'leieher.
Miss .1 (illlmaii, Mr ,1 Vandona. (! II
Spniildiiig. II Hamburg MKs I I.Mi
man. Mrs Hanks and 2 children, Mrs K
(2 Allen, l)r .1 Smith. Mls .1 Smllli.
Mrs Noble. Mls II llenlck. Miss L,
llnllawav. W II llallcv, Mrs ( .1 Nolle,
Drllcnr'i McOieu..! Ilolhi.'. W.I Hill
and wife. V L1 l'cacock. I' Atllcr. Mrs
Lnnger and child. Mrs DIcKcv and son,
TKTostcr and wife, Mrs ,jr Klscler,
.1 C Melcalf. Mrs (.'apt llelekinott. i)r I.
1 Dayton. .1 (i I'or-vth. W Hongs. Uapt
Melntyre. Mrs )r Webb and maid, A
Kldd, wlfo and it children, and .lud-je
Hoffman. Stit.iiaui: M tk' S Tavarin.
wlfo and 2 children. I Mmpker, I.
TocnnK 0 Wanibubl. wife and child,
JI I.ackwaml. ; 'llelei. (! limber, K
Varlkln, II llamnlstei'. (' Lehman, F
Tenta. A O Wood. 1, Santlne and wife.
C llrunsieller. G II l-'iencli. ( Junes and
wife, Mr Ilrmi", wife and child, M!s.l
Miranda, R Orr. A Kratis. wife and II
children, 'J' MeUeti.le. I (ilnsberf;. .1
Llnd, 11 Kennell. (i W I.ond, '1 II llun
'f.on, II I. lllaucliard. A Wilson, II
Harrison and .1 Hoc.
From Windward -.Ports, pertmr W
O Hall, May 7 lion .1 11 S Martin. liev
.1 Kanhano. W V Koy, .1 Hoick, JlwD
Sjneekinan and child, and 5:1 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAUD PORTS.
Sclir Kc Au lion 1.1)22 bas of sugar.
Stmr W G Hull 7.rUl) ba-'s of sugar.
The S S Zealandhi sailed at noon for
San l'rancl-co with 21.ID.I litmsof Migar,
1,150 bags of rice, l.ll.'il bunches of
bananas, .(i(j bills of giceu hides, s bales
of goat skins, -IS bales of bags, H) bales
of sheep skins, 7,-( dry hides and l!)(i
bdls of sugar cane. V.iluo 81111,227.71.
'1'ho l)owelt and KeAullou sail on
Tho Forest Queen will -ail for San
Francisco about Wednesday next.
LOCAL & GEUEHAL NEWS.
Tin: ciicket match, (o-inonuw,
coiiiinonccs at 11 o'clock a. m.
A i.ai:c;i: and ugly hole is reported
iu Kulaokaiwiula bridge, I'ulama.
Nativks diving for coal yesterday
got scvcral'liagH full where the Star
of Devon discharged.
Tm: Morning Star was launched
from tho Marine Railway, and the
.lames I. Dowsott hauled up, yester
Tin: band will not play at Knimii
Square to-morrow afternoon, but will
play at tho Cricket ground, com
mencing at !t o'clock.
Tin: citi.ens of Honolulu generally
uro subscribing liberally towards next
.Saturday evening's, concert by the
Tin: ball given at tho Palace last
night by His Majesty, in honor of
tho Ihitish Admiral now heie, was a
grand and successful all'air.
Tin: 'steamer V. (I. Hall, which
arrived thin i m., from Hawaii and
Maui, brings newn of lire seen in the
Volcano . last l''rjday night, and
although it has now disappeared tho
Hinoko has ineroafcd consideiably.
Tin: children of St. Andrew's
Cathedral Sunday School will meet
at tho Oathoral, Satuiday afternoon,
at 2 o'clock, for an Easter Carol. At
It o'clock, tlioy will piocecd to the
Bishop's residence, for lLfichiuents
piovided by nioiubuis of the congre
gation. At a meeting of lopiescntutives of
tho Honolulu Fire Department, held
last evening, it was resolved to
donate !fT)UI) to the lliemen rcndcied
destitute by tho late Hie. A commit
tee, consisting of the Chief and Flint
and Second Engineers, was appointed
to distiibulo the money as they deem
Tin: entertainment to bo given by
the GleaiieiH at tho Y. M. C. A. hail
this evening pioniieen to bo on ex
ceedingly pleasant all'air. It is for
tho benefit of the Kawaiahao Semi
nary and tho admission is only 25
cents. Such a wuithy cause and
such u low price should 1111 tho hall
to overilowing. Come everybody and
YliH.Dl.vu to the expres.ed wishes
of many in tho community, Signor
Campobello ohangid his puipoi-e of
going by tho Zunliiudiu to-day, and
will remain for the Maripo.-a a day
or two later. This arrangement
allows an opportunity for another
concert, which will be given to-morrow
night in the Opcia House.
Prioes of admission are brought with
in reach of everybody, and anybody
who fails to go will lose a treat the
like of which will probably not bo
available again for many aday.
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Tinr "Imso Hawaiiano" contains
tho iiifm mutiuii that a sailing vessel
left Madoira for these islands wilh
emigrants about a mouth ago. Also
that a petition will bo presented to
tho Legislature for opening to settle
jnciit fioino government lamia between
r-.tZZFii? .f ,,-' , ! "7 t"l
lfAl.ilt. (.r,il WaI.iI, riniu l.lni mlitA
mul inrtcci -Mbl". Some PoitURt'csc
who left Ililx lor Rritish Columbia a
n few inon'lis ago have written back
t say that (hoy have exhausted tin ir
money and found no' work, mul wish
their friuls to furnish tliein the means
to r turn.
The dcpaiturc of the steamship
'ealundia this noon drew a very
largo crowd to sco her ofl". ITcr pas-f-engers
were numerous and generally
decked wilh llowers. The band was
on tho wharf mid enlivened the scene
with popular tunes and native bongs.
All was merry until the "all a shore"
hell ru:.-:, then theie Weie teais ami
embraces and good-byes and Alohas.
His Majesty was on the wharf as
weie other notables. As the steamer
was leaving her berth a Chinese pas
senger, named Ah Soon, came ami
was hauled aboaid with a lope,
causing considerable laughter. The
steamer look, besides a large mail, u
cargo viilinil .it $MI),227.7I.
iniiilnilniiil iiiii ii
.h r opened at the Elite Ice Oicam
Pailors, ex ealundia, lino frcah
candies. ,'117 lw
AirribTs' Materials, Plaque, Panels,
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Rros.' Ait store. U20 lit.
II. May & Co. have received per
Zenlandia, in the ice room, ficsh Cali
fornia Ridl Rutter, Cnulillower, Aspa
ragus, Celery, Smoked Halibut and
Salmon, boxes fiesh Apples:. 1117 lw
Wi: hope that all loveis of Hu
manly sport, as well as, the friends of
the club, will aid the Myrtle boys in
their cuiiTtainmcnt next Thursday
evening, by at once gelling their
tickets. For tale at J. M. Oat's, C. .1.
McCarthy's and King Bro's. Price $2.
Co.MK and see my now Stetson
Hats in all shapes, .lust opened, a
line line of Paratols and Flips, which
1 will sell at very low liguics. Also,
Silk Gloves and .Mitts, in all shapes;
patent Leather Pumps (dancing
shoes) in lace anil ties. The latest
stvli's of Millinerv leceived bv ovcrv
steamer. Re sine and have a look at
our must cMpiisile evening Rounds
in Opera Pink, Lt. Mett'eh gieen,
myrtle green, lureois blue, lilac, nn
tiiiuc, etc., at (21) ('has. .1. Fi.smki..
WOOD VS. DILLINCHAM.
His Honor the Chief Justice filed
his decision on Saturday, in tho
equity suit of.). II. Wood vs. 15. V.
Dillingham. Tho action was brought
for speeilio performance, the pro
perty being the premises of the
Woodlawn Dairy. The learned
judge's decision, which N a lengthy
one, concludes as follows: "After
much relleelion I am of the opinion
that the defendant should ho allowed
to elect whether speuillc perform
ance of the contract shall he de
tieod without compensation, since
he has sold the premises for about
double what he contracted to pay
for it, or whether speeilio perform
ance shall bo refused and the agree
ment of sale annulled, the plaintiff
to pay defendant the amount of the
enhanced market value of tho premi
ses by reason of thu. permanent im
provements placed thereon by de
fendant, less rent, to ascertainwhieh
a reference may he had to a master.
Costs of Com t divided."
SUPREME COURT---111 CHAMBERS.
Refore Judd, C.J. In re estate
Werner l.uliben, late of Kalaielm,
Hawaii, deceased. Letters of ad
ministration were granted J. F.
Hackfeld, under bond of 1,000.
'In 10 estate of Conrad Jlonkc,
Hawaii, deceased. J. F. llackfcld
appointed admiuistialor, under
bond of SI, 000.
In re estate Thomas K. Clark,
sugar planter, liana, Maui, a volun
tary bankrupt. Couit ordered
proof of claims and election of as
signees take placo on thu lllh hist.
Iu re guardianship of Samuel
Moakeawe, an insane person. D.
F. Sanford, of Hauiakua, was ap
pointed guardian instead of Lalakea,
who had failed to qualify himself.
Wr.iNi:si)AY, May Mil.
Refore Judd, C. J. Iu tho mat
ter of the estate of Charles Rrewer,
late of Roston, Mass., deceased.
The attestation of II. II. Al.'a Con
sul, at Boston, to tho coitilicates at
tached to the will of the deceased,
was llled ; and the' will was ad
mitted to probate.
In the matter of the estate of
Julius L. Richardson, of Waiunao,
Uahu, deceased. Tho accounts of
Hon. II. A. W'idcmauu, aduiiuis,
irator, were approved ; he was dis
charged, as administrator, and ap
pointed guardian of tho minor lieiis
of deceased, under a bond of
ANYONE who Is willing lo give any
a-fisliiiiee lo lliiMi who biiil'erul by
tlm llr" .if the Ibth day of Apnl, 1KSU, Is
heiebv cuiilndly luvlu-il lo send his
donation to the Hon, S. M. Damon,
Tieusiuer, ami notllv W. C. Acid, thu
ScLreturv, for notlcu in newspapers.
11. II II. LII.1UOKAI.ANI, Pies.,
II WATKRIIOUSK, Lscj., Vice.Pies.
IIOX. S. M DAMON, Ticasurcr,
W. ('. Ai'HI, Seerelary.
ROX..1NO. U. IvAULUKOU,
HON. .IAS. KEAU,
REV.T. WAIA.MAU. U17U
' ' il Hi, rij'iV iniyifti7miit?l i yllfi'TTf rjj'iiiiThf"v"i7i!irSrii"lJi7i' " 'ifTTTir"' "-j ijAir7iiry
WOO to 1,000 TfoxiM r
STABLE MANURE, in bulk or in bags
to slllt customer?. Will be delivered (iiirhu; .Inly ;n.o An ju-l.
Send order io ilio
Pacific Navigation Company.
'l'ln TSVw IOiiIuikI
Kitchen and Ball
ro in: OIM..N iiv 'inn
MYJJTLI3 IJOAr t!IJUJ,,
II S llCKX I'OsTl'ONUI) C.NT II.
Thursday Ev'g, Wlay 1 3.
Tickets for s'de at King 15ri3. and
;i20 .l.M. Q.it. .Ir., Co.'s 8t
AUCTION SALE Oh'
C0?1 L. SMELLS & CURIOS.
Oi- SATURDAY, May 8,
Ai 0 .m , nl the premises, corner of
Alikiti i ml Kln Sl. (lormerly oceu.
piul ie ilij Louvre of Rnisse!-), wo will
sell nl j.ii .ilic ailrliiiii, a lot of
Pink Coral Shells, nil itf-oiltiii-ut of
Mats, Kapas ana Curios.
Poslthe s-ale. (Jorals on Rvhibltlnii,
'Ihursd.iy, Mny (i, IsHd.
E. T. ADAMS & Co.,
Valuable Land in
Nutmnu Valley at Auction.
On SATUJtDAY, 31iy Stli,
t 12 o'eloek, noon, at our Salesroom,
Queen slicel, wo will sell at public aue
tiou, all thai line tract of Land known a
Biiof Kahapaakai, !
situiileil in Nutltiuu Valley, three miles
fiiitn King street, containing :? I 7S-100
aeies. This land treats on the Nuiiami
Govcinineiit Jlo.id, and is well fenced.
There ate on llie hind
A Dwelling Houso, Chicken House, etc.
A stream of flush water runs through
the place. This oilers u desirable
cliiinco lor Investment. Tltlu perfect,
terms at sale.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
1115 81 Auctioneers. I
.-! Ilawiiilati LodL'e Kii. LM. t.
A: A. JI ,
will be convened
's THIS WEEK, nt -1 o'clock.
loi iiis.uucilou, coiidueted by tho
Deputy Ornml L'.'ctnrer. hO
rpiIH niornitig, from Ton St. Shoot.
X ing Gulletv, a sniiill Austrulian
PARROT; body, sbile color, with red
about the neck. The tinder will bu
suitably rewnrdid on returning sunie t'i
the (II) tf) SHOUTING GALLfiRY.
I 1IRRERY lesi.eclfully notify my
J li lends ami the public iu genera),
that 1 have removed my business to the
Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Co,
wheiu 1 can lie touuil to attend to my
customers ai iisiud. So'iciliug a coll.
tinuiiiiee nl tle'ir patronage, and thank,
ing the public for past luvors,
1 am, nioit sincerelv voms,
E G. SCIIUMAX.
Ilnnnlidii, Aplll 211 1HHU. Ml'J lm
EM 1 LO YJM J3NT OFPJ C 13,
rpilE unilcrsigri(d has moved into the
.L (lice, ot Mr. .1. E. Wiseman, where
he w I bo picpured lo lutiiish house,
hoi ' 'Vanls, collect bills, do Anglo.
C Intel pi eting, and a general
1 (.VJ(iin) SOYdNO.
Off? LUIS EO, 1U2NT,
"I Wli.. lent one-half of my olllee, at
.1 .Si . '7 Porl blicet, furnished, with
lm i uphones, io a desir.ible parly.
.INO. A. PALMLR,
!0,l Giineral Aui-nt, Honolulu.
Notice to the Public.
JE. WlhRMAX, pioprietor of tho
t Cuutrid Cigar btaml, on Merchant
Micei, begs to Iiilonn the public l lint ho
Ims m-ciiimI the eiieus of Mi. F.
H1LRRR, for rly at II. .1. N. lie's
itesliiur.ini, who will take exelustvo
charge of my Cigar and Tubicco hiand,
and will endeavor to keep constantly on
hand a si lection of
FINE CIGARS & TOBACCO
which, he tnist.i, will lm appiLchitid by
llie gcncial community. Oidcis Irom
llie oilier islands will bn prouiitly at
tended lo. Patronlo Mr. F. Wider, who
Is a thoioiigh judge of a good smoker's
in tide. lloMicottullv,
i'Oil lm .I.E. WISK.MAU.
FINE COLUMBIA RIVER
SJ A-X-ilMOlS" !
Jut leceived, per Zealaii
din, and foi sale by
ADjV3IS wSi CO.,
Queen Street. lm
Ilitw'n riirrmo Minify Co.. i WI 1110
R. O. ll'dl Jsbon, oo 75 1IHI
IniciMaud s.. N. Co., M100 101
Hell Telephone, m :i:i lo
llnw'li AuMle.nlluriil Co., otlOO UN)
Wilder' Sleiitnslii,, Co., OilOO 100
C. llrewer A-Co., 11,0 100
Woodbiwn Daily, l)U 101)
Wiiiluku Sugar Co., 1)11 100
Wiilimiiiulo, ifiTi 100
Star Mill. Qisfl r,00
Reciprocity Siiem d. , tO 100
L. A.TIU'Itsl'ON, Mock llrokci.
l OV to intend Club n work, eluan
IIoim' and !uv'., itid drive a
li .i A iritul limine . iii-iul, and SHI a
m nub. Apply t" .1. L. W ISKMAN',
Oil Oen'l I n-lnesH Agriu.
H.VVINO bet'ii iippuiNiiil I y tho Su.
plellie Onnri llie L'imf,ll,ilis of the
persne and e-t: tc of .UiIIX HOHKl.LO,
fiiiiiid by llie C ml to l,e incapable of
laltlnj i are nl luimelf, all persons aic
liereb warmd -,n i Ii.imhu any deal,
big with the --ilil .luiiii Hnhello, and all
pirtlcs having any clnims against him
ate hereby noiilled in present the same
to .1. llyuiati, mul nil paities owing the
mid .loh n Kulnlln ,,r i t (in -1 ,-d to
settle wltli J. IIvn.Mti iifon-ulil.
'.M A GO.NSAI.VKS,
.li SKI'll HY.MAN.
Hntinliiln. April i-'O, IS-ll. :3 lm
Under the nuspuv - of the Honolulu
Liluiiry and Keading Uooni.
Do not fall lo hear
PROF. HORATIO G. PARKER,
of Trinity College, Toronto,
Select Classic and Humorous Programme
nl Y.M.C A.llull,
Tuesday Even's, May LJlIi,
at 8 o'elnck.
ADMISSION, 1. Tickets and pio
giaintncs ul .1. M. Out, .Ir., A- Co 's.
FOR SALE 15V
j. t. umnm, ai
No. 1 S( i",
A Varied Ass'in't of Kid Gloves
Wash Doe ,li ts(y f;oes,
Khailed Plushe ,'
Sash and other Ribbons
ate-' .si les.
Just Landed !
Kx bark ilamcs S. Stone,
'X'ln; CMiniiu l"i'iiiiUliu
Foi sale in hits to suit and at
Lowest M irl,et Hutes.
O. BREWER & Co.
ii:iX(l fully LOtiineed that iho
J seventh ih.y ol the week is not llie
tine Silibalh, which we aie coiiiiiiiuii.leil
to olwcivc anil l.ep, 1 nIhiII, on .mil
u fit r thu llr.st day ot Mai, ISbli, run the
business at the
ltOVAI, HA I (',
im usual, on S.itnnl tyi. tint II 1 1 l'.M , and
continue lo -ell iho best ol every kind
of Liipinirt as heietolote, nol iisiii).; iih
mi inducement to pidm oH'liiums ol 1.11
inferior ipiallty, the bl iiidbhtmnts of
Hosion Clam Clmuilcr ami othei deli.
aeies uiauulaeliiied in u second rate
hash kitel on.
Thanking friends and the nubllo u n-
erally f-i past tavois, and hoping for a
continuance of tint same.
I P. L. LKS1.IE,
Sliiiniger Itoyal .Saloon.
EST The fliio-i LMiLl.slI ALK, on
driuiL'hl. IO eriii- n yl iss, w.., :H7L'w
General Business U Pnrchasinrj gent.
12 irtait St. Honolulu.
My most rai tli tul attention will ho
gien for thu
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for thu ic&ldciits of the
UU several lblundn of this group, fly
'1riiiVT:rr?':f n li
Fresh Home Steam Made
CASHES Mm CAKES.!
of the srrntet vi-i' . "id Inrrost -tork, nlwnv on hand, hMIip lowot
priT-, in , I IKIPTLY Pl'Ri:, cm only be found nl
F. HORN'S STEAM CANDY
.T;i.Loy : ii itl JL5iK'oxy.
The Finest and Richest Wedding Cakes,
In all sl.es, ahvavs on hnml, and oiiiiiiientcd iu tlm highcU tvlc of art, at
prices which iinot bo competed with, at the muiiu plaoe.
1)22 ISoth '1V1(i1ouis, 71. lw
LADIES' BAZAAR, 88 FORT STREET,
BARGAINS, liAHGArXS, UAIIGAINS !
. L-ullcs arc recpie-'ted to call mul exainiue my
IVev Stock oi jiilliiiciy &ood,
just receive I, e. Zfahunlia, amongst which are some of the
Novest anil Latest Styles of Huts, Italian Del Monte,
in fumy mixed Shell Ibuid and White Chip and Lace, fancy mixed Dlxcy nnd
liliy-inne, Leghorn Liurel and Arno, Ve , &.C.
Pc.ithcrs. Plumes, ri,ier, Ortuiuients, Laces, Velvets and Plushes In great
. mi ty ulro, Slruw Triinmings.
All Work Guaranteed nnd at the Lowest Possible Price?.
RflR3. Jr LYOWS, Proprietor.
Poi, WJush, Hot Cakes, Rflufifms, etc.
The Flour we moat preient supplyiiig is far superior to any previously offered,
ai d can be undo Into
AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF PALATABLE DISHES
nl le-s expense than any other farinaceous preparation".
Ilighlv leroiii'i.i'Uilcil by pkysicliiiib as an invaluable diet for persons suffer,
ing from (iisunleiitl stomach or bowels, n well as a nutritious food for the healthy.
Ifoi 25 nlo Ixv Jill Grocoj's.
DlltLCTIONS POP. MAKING POL Take the desired amount of Hour nnd
mix vet v thin with cold watvr, being uro there are no lutups. ('online this in a
hag or cloth and phuo iu a liottle of boiling water, and lei it continue to boll l'
to 'lf, hours, according to ipi.tutity used, cate being taken to pirn e a piece of per.
formed tin at the bottom of the'keltlo so us to prevent the etoi It from limning.
When done (white warm) stir with u stout spoon, adding a Utile water until tho
whobi l well mixo I. Let t ,i- st.iiid fioni live in six hours Then add water lu
small ipiautities, luKim. Uioioughly .mil kneading until the ih-Micd consiitcnnv Is
obtained. Owing lo u- purity it takes from tin ee to four days to btenmo acid or
sour. ' 31 ) !)m
twn m fwjrnt-siwtv n r
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROGE:
King Street, : : : : Between Fort nnd Alakon Streots.
IMeA GJootl, -Just DR,coervol,
Kecs Pamlly Iteef; l. i .mil hall bbls. Pig Pork; Kast-rii P.loek Cidllsh; Smoked
Halibut; U Tongue , Lunch Tongues; Smoked lieif; 1J me'l Chicken; Dupeo
llams ami liacon, l,iiiiiine M iple Syrup; Cala htai Drips; Fresh New Orleans
Molasses; .luiiis; .lellu-; Iloiiei, in glass and tins; No. 1 Flour; AVheat; Mild
Chee-c; (iermea, and a
General Assoitail of Stmilc and tav Groceries.'
All onlei-s in -i hecaretill
1 O. ISox :JTVT.
Mtfdikftf. i. . i . iw J wa.
11. K. Dll.l IM.IIAM,
Ptesideiit and Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Limited, Suece-(iri to IMIIInliaiii A Co, unit Samuel .otl.
.J l ST JtSOOlOIVlOO.
Recommentlecl by the New York Board of Underwriters.
JOI I0TT, 1.
Granite, iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House SCeepin Goods,
PLUMBING-, TIBi', COPPER ANB
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
& TARO CO.
vwwr m-KO.r rt a i
atteulloa and piompl delivery.
X:l.'lui; I 1S.
Ias. (L tSiiici'.u,
Secretary and Treasurer.
8 Kaalmai Street
md1 . iKmF i i ;
-'i5SSSlWtllliJ-TrHCIV; , . ,
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